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Beautiful 13" Japanese Maruni Co. Lacquer Ware Charger / Inlaid MOP Peacock Design on Metal/ Circa 1940's

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Asian Art29 of 79Pretty Little Satsuma Bowl / Chrysanthemums with Gilt Accents / Circa 1940'sJapanese 8 " Nippon Landscape Plate / Green Crown Mark Circa 1891-1921
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Posted 9 months ago

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mikelv85
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This stunning piece was found at GW on today's rounds. A large burgundy lacquer ware metal plate or charger. The peacock design looks like it's created by inlaying pieces of metal and mother of pearl or abalone. It has a few nicks in the lacquer on the edge and some scratches, but all the design is intact. It's marked Metalware over Maruni with a Patent number under that. It does not say made in "occupied "Japan or even Japan like most of these pieces do. So may be it's even earlier than the forties. The back has two holes in the raised base so it was made to hang on the wall and not used as an actual plate. -Mike-

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  1. Manikin Manikin, 9 months ago
    Very lovely ! and I love peacocks too !
  2. mikelv85 mikelv85, 9 months ago
    Thank you Manikin :) It's the nicest thing from today's treasure hunt !
  3. Vintagefran Vintagefran, 9 months ago
    Hi mike, you have some lovely items, this is superb. May i ask whats GW?
  4. mikelv85 mikelv85, 9 months ago
    Sure, ...It's just short hand for Goodwill ... lol . I use VOA for Volunteer's of America too. That's were all these things come from. I go to maybe 6 of my favorite places a day weather permitting. I think it's more fun hunting up great stuff in the thrifts. I try to stick to a five dollar budget but I've broken that rule more times than I care to count. -Mike-

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